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Outlook -- Contacts Address Book

I just reformatted a computer running Windows XP and Office XP.  

In Outlook 2003, I'd like to show my existing contacts when selecting "To" in a new email.   Here are the steps that (I thought) would link my address book to the To/CC buttons.   Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to work.
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I completed the following steps (also see Word attachment with screen shots).

- Tools/options/mail setup tab
- Email accounts
- Add new directory or address book
- Additonal address book
- Outlook address book
- Then exit outlook and reopen it

What am I missing?   Does anyone know how I can link the Outlook (or Personal) Address book to the To/CC/BC button in a new email?

Thanks,
EEH
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jjardineCommented:
When you click the To button and the Select Box appears, there should be a drop down list at the top for "Address Book".   It defaults to contacts, but what happens if you change it to your other address book that you added?
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jjardine:

as one of the snapshots indicates, there's non "Contacts" listed.   Before I had 2 Contacts list and only the 2nd one contained the data.   Somehow in the process, both Contact list got deleted.

How do I recreate it?

EEH
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